Four Marietta College students recently visited New York City where they attended the American Advertising Federation’s student career conference, toured Google’s New York offices and visited with alumni.
Marietta College students Joe Hall ’20 (Fulton, Maryland), Seamus Kenneally ’20 (Lebanon, Ohio) and Natalie Payton ’22 (St. Marys, West Virginia) recently earned a second-place award in an undergraduate case competition sponsored by the West Virginia Society for Human Resource Management.
The unique nature of Marietta College’s Fifth Street Consulting caught the eye of the Ohio Communication Association recently as it named the student-run organization one of two Distinguished Student Organizations during its annual conference.
Three seniors from Marietta College’s Land & Energy Management program were recent recipients of highly competitive scholarships from the American Association of Professional Landmen (AAPL).
This year, the Landman Scholarship Trust awarded just 44 scholarships nationwide.
This fall, Marietta College’s students will see some major — as well as some minor — additions to their educational opportunities.
Marietta College’s Department of Communication recently inducted four students into the communication honorary Lambda Pi Eta.
The students who were inducted included Kelsey Carver ’20 (Bellville, Ohio), MacKenzie Marshall ’19 (Sardis, Ohio), Embrey Roberts ’21 (Marietta, Ohio) and Kayla Tomlin ’20 (Sardinia, Ohio).
Marietta College recently inducted 12 students into Tau Pi Phi, the national business honorary, and four students into Omicron Delta Epsilon, the national honorary for economics.
Ashley Klopfenstein ’20 (Cicero, Indiana) has competed in PioBiz, studied abroad and will represent the student body as a member of the Student Government Association next academic year.
Marietta College Psychology students April Bartenschlag ’20 (Chandlersville, Ohio) and Madeline Holbrook ’20 (Lancaster, Ohio) recently presented their research at the annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychology Association in Chicago.
On Thursday, April 18th, not a single class will be conducted on Marietta College’s campus. However, it would be easy to make an argument that more learning and academic pursuits will take place than any other day throughout the year.